Now that the court has recovered from part one of the 1113 hearings, its getting back to normal business.
There is an upcoming hearing on May 10th with rather full agenda.
Several items are rescheduled from previous hearings in case they happen to sound familiar.
o Seeking further 60-day extension for ongoing discussion on negotiations covering 2 MD
-80 aircraft – N921 and N922TW
o Acceptance of terms on 4 MD
-80 aircraft – N584, N587, N588, N589
o Objection of creditors committee for above 4 accepted MD
-80 aircraft. Creditors feel agreed rates are above market, and AA
does not need the 4 frames for its continued business operations
o Authorization to reject of 9 MD
-80s and engines deemed excess equipment – N556, N557, N558, N559, N560, N561, N573, N574, N575
o Motion and notice of hearing by Passenger Service Agents (PSAs) to restraining AMR from making unilateral changes to terms and conditions of employment while under NLRB guidance and pending unionization vote outcome
o Authorization to reject various facilities lease and bond agreements at DFW
and Ft Worth Alliance airports
o US Bank objection to inconsistent use of 1110 negotiations by AMR, and delayed return of equipment covered by negotiations. AA
has continued to make use of equipment without relevant payments. Bank seeks to reestablish its rights to assert claims of non compliance and all provisions lease terms including compliance with all required surrender conditions.
o Extension of automatic stay covering approximately 200 lawsuits pending in the US against AMR by 3rd parties. Debtors seek to focus their attention on restructuring and minimize litigation and usage of resources to attend to multiple other court jurisdictions.
o Reservation of rights by the DFW
Airport Board and City of Dallas with respect to the debtors' motion seeking authorization to reject certain agreements
o Motion for relief from automatic stay for recessed litigation trail over a discrimination case brought against AA
in California to proceed.
o Proposal extending hearing date and deadline to file objections over claims.
o Authorization to make required pre-delivery payments to Airbus and Boeing pursuant to purchase agreements.
o Notice of hearing date set to allow AMR to purchase 9 MD
-80 aircraft covered under a 1991 trust certificates and other debt instruments.
o Application to employ and retain Felsberg, Pedretti E Mannrich Advogados E Consultores Legais for general representation in legal matters in Brazil
o Authority to employ and retain Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton LLP as Special Counsel
o Additional extension covering negotiations for single B757 – N611